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  1. Greetings everyone! I just poured my life into a programming tutorial and reference website for beginners I was wondering what you all thought of the design, content, and structure of the website. The website is www.afterhoursprogramming.com. I am still not quite finished with adding all of the features that I would like, but it is complete for serving as yet another tutorial and reference website for web programmers. We can just never have enough of those Thank you for reading this post and I hope you have an awesome day!
  2. Okay, I understand what it does, but I'm having troubles understanding the process of the set/getCookie functions given as examples in the w3schools tutorial.I'm a jQuery junkie trying to ramp up to serious scripting (eventually with Ajax and PHP as its becoming apparent). While the school lessons have been invaluable I notice they don't always have a comprehensive list of objects, methods, or actions that can be done. For instance in the Cookie examples, how where does 'exdays' get defined, what do escape() and unescape() do, etc. I understand parts but others seem completely unexplained. Are there any more comprehensive explanations of the cookie?Also, another example, they talk about the setTimeout and clearTimeout, but I never saw setInterval anywhere... that seems like an important thing to leave out of the school so I'm assuming there's 'gotta be a site out there where a full list of events and objects is being updated more regularly.Thanks!
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